And just days before its official reveal in Detroit.
Even though the reveal of the 2020 Supra at Detroit is just weeks away, Toyota has had trouble keeping it under wraps. We can't blame Toyota, this is one of the most anticipated cars of 2019 and the last time we saw a production Supra was back in 2002. Earlier this month, leaked photos of the Supra's front end found their way to the internet, followed by a shot of the rear end wearing a yellow paint job.
These photos appear to have been taken at the opportune time during shipping, so it would have been difficult for Toyota to stop them from leaking. Now, Toyota of Germany has slipped up, accidentally leaking the whole car.
According to SupraMKV.com, the leaked images came from Toyota Germany's website, which allows German customers to get on the waiting list for a Supra. If you attempted to fill out the application, you would receive with the following prompt (translated from German):
We are sorry, all Supra have already been reserved. Thank you for your interest in reserving a Supra. Due to the high demand unfortunately all vehicles are already reserved at the moment. Register now on the waiting list so that we can let you know when there are some vehicles available again. We only need your name and e-mail address.
If you proceeded to enter your email address, you would receive a message saying, "Thank you for signing up for the Toyota GR Supra waiting list. You're only one step away, please just confirm your registration." Along with this prompt, the website included what appears to be two low-resolution images of the 2020 Supra, which will be called the Toyota GR Supra in other markets. As we know, Toyota won't bring any Gazoo Racing models to the US. These should be the last images we see of the Supra before it is revealed for real. So, what do you think of it? Let us know in the comments.